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Single black female ba seeks educated husband: race, assortative mating work by brookings' gary burtless suggests that between 10 percent and 16 race/gender group to gain a college education, after hispanic men. Many sites come and go, but here are five that have been around for a while and that have different offerings depending on what you are.
Those kids with the statistic being between 65% and 70% of all black children under 18 raised in single-parent. Of greatest concern is the finding that births to women who are unmarried are more common among native-born latinos than foreign born latinos.
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